Disguised remuneration schemes - don't let bad advice damage your business

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Nathan Talbott, of Wright Hassall's Tax and Financial Services Litigation team, explains what individuals and organisations should do if they suspect they've had poor advice around tax rules for remuneration schemes

Retrospective tax continues to divide opinions across the UK, as HMRC looks to penalise individuals or businesses found to have unlawfully avoided past payments. The most recent example of retro...

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